29/09/2017

NI Man Arrested After €2.4m Drugs Seized At Dublin Port

A 41-year-old man from Northern Ireland has been arrested after cannabis with an estimated street value of €2.4million was seized at Dublin Port.

The seizure followed an operation by gardai and revenue officers. The drugs, 376kg of cannabis resin and 9.7kg of herbal cannabis, were found in crates in a truck.
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The suspect has been detained at a Garda Station. The PSNI are also co-operating with the investigation.

(CD/MH)

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